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of wide and drive more slowly, and this is how you arrange the forces, right? you're a marine officer; right? so, you see how to prepare an ambush. [laughter] >> that's not how i would do it. [laughter] >> i never had any doubt about that, by the way. [laughter] >> no the funny thing is this is exactly the way he prepared the ambush against general carson in 1969 in october when on both sides of the road there were two units shooting at the general's jeep, so, yes, a few bullets hit the jeep -- [laughter] but most bullets hit each other. you go back to 1959, 2003, same thing. the guy is moving in circles, and that's another aspect of his personality. >> if you want to ask a question, please signal, even though we have a long listment what we are going to do is time is limited. i'll ask everybody, we'll take two questions at a time, piggy-back the questions, one question per person, be short and to the point. the first two i have a patrick clawson and michael gordon. please identify yourself. >> patrick clawson, the deputy director here. you explained that documents often lie. what abo
, because of my deep commitment to america, i tried to enlist in the marine corps. i wanted to defend this country after we had been attacked by terrorists. he not only tried the marine corps, he tried other branches, and repeatedly he was turned down because caesar vargas is undocumented. but his dream has not died. now he is a third-year student at the city university of new york law school. he speaks four languages. he said he is studying a fifth, cantonese. he is an exceptionally gifted young man. and do you know what his ambition is? once again, to join the marine corps, to be in the judge advocate general corps, to serve america, a country which he dearly loves. because of this republican decision, procedural decision, to say we couldn't consider the "dream" act, we won't have a chance to vote on this bill at this time, on this important measure which would give caesar vargas and thousands just like him a chance to volunteer to serve america. i would say to my friends and colleagues on both sides of the aisle where is the justice in this decision? at least have the courage to le
. if you are confirmed, you will be responsible for ensuring the combat readiness of marines and marine corps units. a legendary wartime marine, general victor krulak once stated, being ready is not what matters. what matters is winning after you get there. your job will be to ensure that happens and no one in this room understands how to do that better than you do. you also will be a member of the joint chiefs and a military adviser to the president, the national security council, and the secretary of defense. clearly these two hats the service chiefs wear are related, and their views and advice about issues that could affect the marine corps should be sought out and given great weight by national leaders. general, later today the senate will vote on whether the defense authorization act for fiscal year 2011 should be taken up for debate. despite unanimous recommendations of the four service chiefs, the legislation includes a provision that would repeal the so-called don't ask, don't tell law. i want to emphasize -- the service chiefs, and we will be talking about this on the floor, al
.s. marine corps. nicole. >> reporter: i is called evening parade. as one of the highlights. a battle of the bands. every friday evening, during the summer, the public is invited on to the marine's oldest military post. called marine washington, the post was established in 1801 to protect ours in's capital. >> in this dy an age, we are more famous for our ceremony marching units an our musical units. the president's own u.s. marine band. >> during evening parades, both bands get to strut their stuff. officially called the u.s marine ban, it was created by an act of congress in 1798. >> played for john adams an his wife and a small party. but it was thomas yev soreson who took office after this who gave us the name the president's own. >> the president needed his own musical unit to perform at different white house functions for those who may attend. >> we played at every inaugural. i believe that is 52 inaugurations over 210 years. we are proud of that fact as well. >> the band is composed of people from all over this country. and only the best of the best are eye allowed into the pre
months ago. -- i served as a chairman of the marin energy authority. we are and 8 member agency consisting of several of the smaller cities. we are a joint power agency. i will move over to the over microphone so i can provide a power point. i will fast forward to a couple of the slides because i know commissioners have them and we are tight on time. i want to focus on some slides. i will go to slide numberfour. that includes the title. the energy authority is primarily focused on clean energy programs there are other things that we are working on as well. right now, we call ours the seed program. we intend to use the legal authority to provide a solar financing district route marin county. we have been very aggressive in seeking grant money from the department of energy and the california energy commission to implement a smart grid technology and command side programs. we are working on some software tools that will facilitate smart grid methodology. those programs are off and launching right now. as the chairman indicated, my main purpose is to update you on our recent activit
proud of you. i am proud of our marines, especially their brilliant execution in iraq and afghanistan. north carolina as honor does the second marine expeditionary force and the special operations command. our marines have led the way in afghanistan. specifically the helmand and kandahar provinces. i look forward to working with you one of water contamination issues, if an issue that i am committed to. they affect and the marines and our families need closure. what i'm going to ask you a first is the increase of demand for amphibious forces capable of conducting security cooperation, regional deterrence, and crisis response such as the july 2006 non-combat an evacuation operation in lebanon. this need for increased amphibious capability is emerging in the wake of geopolitical strategic uncertainties, if increase challenges to it assets. the requirement for amphibious ships agreed upon between the department of navy concerned eighth ships, but risk was accepted in reducing the fleet to 33 ships. my understanding is that we're currently down that 31 amphibious ships, with that number po
. they are like chunks of the moon dropped into the pacific. and are now teaming with a sudden surge in marine life. this fall, there are record high populations of seabirds, indicating a booming richness in these waters. thick with jelly fish, shrimp and plank ton, rock fish, octopus, salmon and countless smaller fish, plus the top predator here, great white sharks. great whites are drawn to these waters by large numbers of sea- lions, fattened on the new bounty. suddenly off the stern we saw a great white attack. just below this tornado of gulls, a sea-lion, a splash and a slick of red. it was over in seconds. scientists say the abun danes here now is because of a strengthening of a 25-year long cold water cycle called the pacific decatle oscilation it can increase the nutrient rich deep ocean water. >> all of that has been slowly building. it has becoming very rich water over the last several years. >> reporter: researchers recently discovered that it powerfully drives bay area weather. the so-called pdo tracks ocean surface temperatures in the 1920s. a warm phase began with stronger storm
that my colleagues will have to confront a $100 million cost to the government of marin that is in fact a taxpayer's liability. the clean energy drops the cost by 2/3. you can calculate what that cost would be to your government. there are many applications and there will be some politics. >> we are very excited for what is occurring. i can safely say on behalf of the members here, we are rooting for marin. we know that your success is somewhat intertwined with our success. we have a great deal of hope and a great deal of encouragement to see where marin is going. we continue to nurture this relationship over the next few months. we are in leader in this new developing field. we want to demonstrate were california should be going. >> i cannot tell you how happy marin is. good luck with your program. >> thank you. we would like to open this up to public comment. >> good afternoon. we have been watching over the bridges from the east bay and from san francisco. we want to put forward the respect for the way that the energy authority has shown amazing tenacity, persistence, and alacrity wi
the next item. >> item 5, update on the marin cca program. >> just wanted to give you a very quick update on what has been going on. unfortunately, their staff could not make it down here today, but i did talk to the person in charge of their program, and she gave me some quick updates to relate to you. they have completed the first phase. their model was 20% top-out, and that was pretty close to their modeling, so they had a very good model put in place and are running their program very smoothly. the second phase will be starting in january of 2012, so we potentially at least could beat them to have all their customers served before serving all of there's so we can get our program up and running quickly enough. just as a side note, they are going to be going on with an rfp/rfo process to start building in northern california as part of the process. one thing they are actually doing is they have with their power provided the ability to switch out any power that they want to as they bring their own power online, so they will be going to bid on a different process for solar. they are also
, the ship is longer than two football fields. it has a crew of 360 sailors and can carry up to 700 marines. it sailed up to new york for the commissioning ceremony. as it passed the site of ground zero, the warship fired a 21 gun salute. when we return, we'll learn more about this very special ship. assistance getting around their homes. there is a medicare benefit that may qualify you for a new power chair or scooter at little or no cost to you. imagine... one scooter or power chair that could improve your mobility and your life. one medicare benefit that, with private insurance, may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen ... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. hi i'm doug harrison. we're experts at getting you the power chair or scooter you need. in fact, if we qualify you for medicare reimbursement new power chair or scooter free. i didn't pay a penny out of pocket for my power chair. with help from the scooter store, medicare and my insurance covered it all. call the scooter store for free information today. >> erik
? >> the commission is taking a look at it. we have the marine casualty investigation going on. it is premature to say that anything is a weakness. we are pleased overall in the way we responded and we will take a deliberate approach looking at the entire case and come up with some recommendations. >> could you give us a couple of areas that you see -- you are watching all this unfold -- that you think needs to change? >> first of all, having an uncontrolled spill at 5,000 feet below water was something that was new to us. most of our plans were developed for dealing with finite spills. you have a ship with a certain capacity. if it strikes a rock, there is a maximum amount of oil that will be discharged from that ship or a shore facility. you can supply the proper amount of equipment for that. we had something that was happening day after day. it was groundhog day force. everything seemed to be the same, except for when the weather and the kurds were different each day, pushing the oil in different directions. we had to be reactive to that. i think we learned a lot from that. it is difficult for a lo
and marines left the fight in the pacific in world war ii, and a lot of those sailors and marines who left from here, this was the last time they saw america, and they made the ultimate sacrifice for us. as we transfer this treasure, this island, from the navy back to the city, i hope that all of us will remember the service and sacrifice of every sailor, every marine, living and dead. [applause] and the people who left from here and the people who serve today, risking everything, so that we can celebrate today. that legacy lives on in the young men and women who wear the cloth of this country and who are deployed around the world as we meet here today. when the famous or infamous bates 3 aligning closure process started in 1988, a final result of any individual base closure and transfer could not have hoped for a better ultimate outcome than what has been achieved in treasure island. the navy's charge is to dispose of property in a manner that promotes economic development. that has been done. the transfer of treasure island is a win for san francisco. it is a win for the state of califor
to submitting a bid to the marin energy authority. so we saw an opportunity to utilize our expertise as well as our relationships across the industry to bring together world-class companies to meet the needs of c.c.a.'s across california. commissioner vietor: and you're headquartered now? >> the headquarters on paper is in carmichael, california. we will be building the headquarters of power choice in downtown san francisco. we have been graciously given temporary space and we'll be located there while we go through the negotiation and the next few steps of the process as we get going. then we'll be looking for a permanent headquarters in downtown san francisco. chairperson mirkarimi: we have some good deals on real estate right now. >> i have headquartered -- heard. then you had, the other question was about local jobs in the workforce? chairperson mirkarimi: commissioner, can you speak into the microphone, please. commissioner ellis: as close as i can get, yes. chairperson mirkarimi: you can extend it to you. commissioner ellis: the p.u.c. has been moving in the direction trying to get mor
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the fact that the marine energy has -- the marine industry has felt a bit short changed because of our focus on security. we have a marine safety improvement program that we have been diverting resources to. we are showing improvements there and we have been supported by both the administration and the congress. if we are in good shape. >> u.f. commanded your share of cutters in the day. there is always the question the about the aging fleet. what are we going to do to replace the older covers of a of? where will that money come from? >> first, we have replaced a major portion of our tour boat -- our patrol boat fleet. we have 80% that are out there that aren't more venerable -- that are more vulnerable. if the 110 foot cutters, called the fast response cutters, are being built down in louisiana. we will probably build four to six per year for the next three years. we have reformed our acquisition programs. but we have built up capacity and now we have just chris in our third national security cover -- we have just christendom our third national security cutter. we're hopeful to build
and marine commandos today -- the navy says marines took back control of a ship that was being held by pirates off the coast of somalia. nine pirates were taken prisoner and it happened without the marines firing one shot. marines are patrolling the african coast to fight piracy. >>> gop candidate bob ehrlich cast his ballot in the republican primary in maryland for the former governor cast an early voting ballot in annapolis. he is hoping for a november rematch against incumbent democrat martin o'malley >>> in prince george's county, boaters and leaders came together to protest sleazy boating -- election tactics that we must fight for the november election. >> there is this kind of hatred and hostility that has been spread around. >> the group gathered today and said that fliers being handed out by service employees union seiu, are attacking a number of candidates. they said the documents look like sample ballots and confuse voters and the sheriff's department is now investigating. >>> a top aide to a democratic senator is out of a job after a marijuana bust on capitol hill. capito
the coast up to oregon and washington, one thing that sets our climate is marine, i wonder if anyone else here sees any changes taking place with that layer that has a lot to do with our water supply and also reducing the need for water on the coast? >> really good question. >> as far as we know, the marine layer we think is still going to be with us. one of the interesting facets with this potential change of temperature gradient, the warmer - more warming inland than warming over the coastal ocean is actually the sea breeze circulation, which is - is tied up with the marine layer development and probably the thing or thk big size. there maybe more because of that increase in circulation but i would say this is an area that a waits more of this regional model development that, brad eluded to, that is still kind of on the fringe of our science right now. that's my answer to that one. i think that you can count on still having a marine layer, but i don't know if it will be stronger than it is today. >> yes, doctor and dan, you both mentioned we have models now but that's not a problem,
be overcome. >> we joint british and u.s. marines and to prepare for one of their last joint patrols. for a final few days, they must brave their demons. >> it has the depth to their reputation massively, especially on this tour. it is starting to almost one of -- taliban is trying their hardest to try to break us. >> commanders were keen to show us what they achieved. how sangon has prospered and how much safer it has become. but this is what we saw. and long and brutal fight throughout much of the day. it doesn't happen all the time anymore. but it shows the taliban is still battling coalition troops. and now america must try to finish the job britain started. what just happened now is a 500 pound bomb has just been dropped on taliban positions. you can see the gun fire. this gunbattle has really been going on for the best part of 45 minutes. a couple of u.s. marines from the control of the 14th commando will marine -- royal marines. more than 10 soldiers and civilians were wounded. no british troops were injured this time. but they know what days like this are like. and the pain a
who is embedded with the army and marine corps in iraq and afghanistan. welcome to the show! >> thank you for inviting they. >> it's a great book. have iraq and afghanistan really changed the role of snipers in the u.s. military? >> well, i think in talking to the snipers, i talk to about 30 snipers in the conventional army and special operations community, as well as the marine corps, and as best i can tell there's still the capability for the long shot from one ridge to another, and an afghanistan setting. but what has emerged in this war is a capability and urban set that amounts to something called a sniper assaulter, which is where a sniper would place himself on a rooftop or on a number of rooftops, a team maybe, couple teams, and provide covering fire, multiple ranges, for an assault package on the ground. >> which has proven critical in counter-insurgency and urban operations. >> absolutely. and it keeps the ground force safer, to have those guys up there. because you can put infantry men up there too, but these guys are pre-programmed and trained to come up with different mat
more people buried notice wrong gravesch one of them a marine from ohio killed in iraq in late 2006. for the last three months the government add myd it could not confirm that heath warner was in the right casket or even in the right spot. eric mansfield from our sister station in cleveland was with his parents as they endured the pain of exhuming his casket. >> reporter: scott warner arrived in arlington with the hat of marine dress blues, to feel something to have to feel close to his 19-year-old son. >> if it is him, i would like to set it on him again. >> reporter: if, because of a lapse in government paperwork, they couldn't remember if the casket had full military honors, if it was the same casket buried in arlington. the only sure way was to exhume the remains, check the outside of the casket. scott and melissa warner emerged with good news. confirmation that heath's body was in the right spot. >> i can breathe. i feel like a ton of bricks have been let off my chest. so good news. >> reporter: but because the casket had broken open, scott took matters into his own hands for c
of smoke, and that draw our attention. >> reporter: the platform's owner, houston-based mariner energy said workers were doing routine maintenance when fire broke out on an upper deck. the 13 crew members escaped into water and locked arms for safety. they were rescued by nearby ships and flown to a hospital for evaluation. the coast guard says at least three fire fighting boats respond to the scene, and by late today, the fire was out. >> all 13 members aboard the oil platform have survived with no serious injuries. >> reporter: vermilion 380 is not a drilling rig but an oil and natural gas production platform anchored to the sea floor in 340 feet of water. it ordinarily pumps 1,400 barrels of oil per day to shore from seven active wells. >> there were no drilling activities under way. this isn't a blow-out by any means. there were no reported sheen or oil or spill around the facility. >> reporter: the company says the wells have been safely shut in and they are not leaking oil into the gulf. though there were earlier reports of a mile-long sheen of oil spreading from the platform. since 2
away from the scene of the crash intoxicated. >> marin county investigators say an anonymous donor is offering a 25,000 dollars reward to solve the killing of a 75-year-old woman in tub on. she was found one year ago tomorrow outside rosenthal's home on hillary drive. she was fay it wily shot -- fay it will lay shot the motive remains a history. marin county investigators have spent almost 4,000 hours on the case and interviewed more than 100 people. >>> san francisco board of super visors approved a proposal expected to make it more difficult to buy cigarettes in the sit it. it would ban cigarette sales from grocery and big box stores that operate pharmacies. it closes a loophole in a 2008 city ordinance that prohibits sales in drugstores such as walgreens. a state court sides with walgreens saying the ban unfairly targeted stand alone pharmacies. the final vote is set for next week. >>> supervisors today also passed a special fee on beer, wine, hard liquor sales and mayor newsom promptly vetoed it revenue would have been used to pay the cost of treating alcohol abuse. the mayor a
at your conclusion, but i want to say this as someone that served in the united states army and marine corp. in the first gulf war and iraq war. that the 15 intervening years between 1990 and 2005 between my service and the first war and the iraq war, there's been anquan tum leap in term of jointness in our military the and think it's something that today is energy grained the military culture. i think you're right to evaluate. whether or not we still need the joint forces command in light of the extraordinary changes and progress that are, our military has made. let me go to a few other issues. on the in sources and outsourcing issue. seems republican administrations want to outside and democrats want to in source. let me say, maybe there's a compromise and that's effectively managing contracts and i think we need to can a better job before we make a decision is about in sources and effectively managing the contracts we have. couple more quick issues and love your response. i think one area that we could actually derive a savings and increase effectiveness in military and it is not c
on at the expense of the mariners. matt, great diving catch. scoreless bottom of the first, coco crisp leading off, first leadoff homer for the a's all year. 2-0 in the fourth. carson back away and forget about it. a's 6-2. that is 6 straight wins at home over the mariners this afternoon. go from baseball to the nfl. the 49ers, by the time you had your dinner and finished it, changed quarterbacks, nate davis was let go this afternoon after one year out. just a few moments later they went out and signed troy smith. he was let go by the ravens and so it will be smith backing up alex smith as the 49ers line it up next week. boise state and virginia tech, fun one tonight. moore, two yard pass to tommy. boise state led virginia tech 17-0 early in the 1st quarter. boise led 26-21. taylor his jared, they come back 27-26. moore up top to austin, and boise state takes the lead 33- 30 and they make it stick. boise state, third ranked, keep that rank in a thriller outside of washington d.c. tennis, a former champion is gone. wozniacki creeped right up the rankings, a winner there and a back abdomen hand to w
. the marine layer is getting chewed up. when the fog goes away and the winds kick around and go offshore, we'll find temperatures back in the 90s in the bay area. clear and mild tonight. clear, for most locations, along the coast now, pacifica and half moon bay, you may have a little fog. but nothing like we've seen. we're going into our summer -- or our fall time weather. this is the best weather we get. we're gonna have four days days with winds going offshore, warmer daytime highs getting into the 90s at time -- at some point. and we'll watch the air quality. the extended forecast, it's gonna get hot around here especially as we head toward the weekend, the early part of the week. forecast highs, the computer model puts it at 67. i have it at about 73. i just wanted you tophet the goal for the increase of the temperatures -- i just wanted you to get the feel for the increase of the temperatures. this is at 3:00, 4:00, probably around 80. here is the key component. you get the picture. here is the key, warms will be coming north northeast. that's slightly offshore and they will go more nor
crime in marin county. >> it anges the life of one, then we' been succesul. >> the program that's givin young people a secon chance. we'll be rig back. re prese i want you to >> it's great. i eat anything that i want. key lime pie, pineapple upside down cake, raspberry cheesecake... ...yeah, every night its somethindifferent. oheah yeah...she always keeps them in the house. no nno, i've actually lost weight... i st have a high metabolism or something... ...lucky. [ wife ] babe... ♪ umm, i gotta go. [ female announcer ] over 30 decious flavors at around 100 calories eh. yoplait, iis so good. indulge in yoplait lig's two new flavors. trle berry torte and black forest cake. >>> welcome back. a program aimed at cutting crime in a low income neighborhood of marin county is proving effective. it's cald the phoenix project. our cheryl jennings shows us how it works. >> let'set this set up. >> reporter:4-year-old matthew is being trained in carpentry by ryan lynch with a conservation corp. of the north bay. >> my family was used to seeing me go down the wrong ro for many years. >> reporter: i
shown no sign of wanting to free either of those men shan shan a marin county -- h. - >>> there is a review of the tasing of this man in his own home. this video is from a camera mounted on a deputy's taser. peter mcfarland was just treated by paramedics following a fall when two sheriff deputies arrived. they tasered him three times when he refused to go with them to the hospital to be checked out. mcfarland is suing the deputies. >>> mayor gavin newsom is promising to veto a alcohol fee. under this new law bars and interest distributors would be charged .35 cents for every gallon of beer they sell and $1 for wine and $3 for hard liquor. the fee would generate $16 million to help pay for alcohol treatment programs and drunk driving arrests. again, the mayor is promising to veto that measure. >>> well, it was another big night for the tea party. tonight in delaware, the tea party-backed candidate beet the nine-term man. the party establishment candidate in the gop governor's race. also tonight in new york, democratic voters renominated the long-time congressman char
to the golden gate bridge very light traffic this morning across this band and through marin county 1 01 south is moving without delay so does a good start to southbound ride. part on time this morning is the transit no delays or problems reported ace train looks good and cal trend is clear on the peninsula so far. but go to the weather center here's lisa. >> get out your bathing suit in your sunscreen you need it this weekend and this next week as well warmup kicking and today you will feel the temperature is really starting to warm up today continuing through the weekend in fact we could see triple digits by next week. here's a look right now we will take a look at our next graphic to give you an idea of how warm it will get today we will break into the '90s the low 90s continuing to jump into the upper 90s through the weekend monday could bring this temperatures of 101 keeping it in the '80s around the bay the coast temperature in the '60s today '70s for the weekend and into next week. definitely beach weather out there for this weekend. warming up quick today by 10:00 notice of the yellow
has more details and the tornado watch. >> before we get to that, i want to mention the special marine warnings, in particular for the chesapeake bay. there is a special marine warning from pool's island to drum point, maryland. that special marine warning in effect until 9:45. the possibility of waterspouts is a very real possibility this morning. and we should mention the special marine warning from drum point to smith point, virginia has been canceled. we want to show you the tornado watch and show you that the entire -- well most of the area is under a tornado watch. from d.c. and the close-in counties to all points eastward until 1:00 this afternoon and it does include fairfax county, arlington county and prince george's, anne arundel, as far as the counties in eastern maryland. tornado watch until 1:00 p.m. wind advisory. winds could gust up to 45-50 miles per hour around the chesapeake bay. tucker, i understand you have new informations that just come in. >> back to hd radar, we have a county and warning issues for eastern st. mary's counting, including st. mary's city, lexingt
coast with the marine layer around 300 feet. temperatures coming down at the coast. sea breeze will be at the immediate coast. changes here, but little change around the bay and inland and 80s and 90s and hotter day tomorrow. >>> today is a day off for the cleanup crews in san bruno. work was done in the disaster zone yesterday. 29 of the 35 residents who lost their homes have signed a liability waiver that includes a guarantee they won't have any out-of-pocket expenses. pg&e says it will ultimately pick up the estimated $60,000 cost per house. they hope to have the cleanup done before the rainy season begins. governor swarzenegger discussed the san bruno disaster in his weekly radio address. he is promising a full investigation. >> this case you have to have a panel. i can't rely on pg&e or puc. i want to have experts to go in there and examine and to improve the oversight and safety of our gas pipelines. >> pg&e officials have been called to testify under oath at a senate hearing in washington, d.c. this week. >> support continues to pour in for victims of the fire. an event
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